what I want to achieve -
the opening page - index.html should open with a user
I want the user to define website parameters like:
website size (width/height)
So I will provide a form where the user choose or input these
Now, this data has to be stored. I can store it in a
or - is it better to store this data dynamically in a CSS
The problem I see is
index.html must upon opening be enabled to read the user
predefined data, like website size and background color.
I cannot configure index.html, because I don't know the user
The loaded Flash file will then be embedded in an Html,
already containing the right background color and size.
Of course, I can change the Html background color from Flash,
but this process comes too late.
It must come, before Flash is loaded
How can I get this data into my opening Html page upon
Index.html can't open without user defined data, until that
data is defined. Does that mean your going to store every visitors
defined data?...... or will it be stored as Cookies on the visitors
I think if this is want you want to happen then you have to
have a pre index.html page such as a runfirst.html to collect the
But then you have to detect if they are an existing visitor
or a new one, because you dont want to run runfirst.html everytime.
I can't think why you would want to have every visitor set
there own preferences, this is a programming nightmare way beyond